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1 February WU’s English 10 and 12

2 Warm Up #35 February 1-A Day 2-B Day
I believe that feburary is the best month for sending the ones you love gifts and to give cards to new friends and go out to eat at romantic restuarants Warm Up #35 February 1-A Day 2-B Day

3 February is the best month for sending the ones you love gifts, giving cards to new friends, and going to romantic restaurants. Corrected

4 Use Your Strong and Authoritative Voice
I believe I think It can be seen that One can assume that In my opinion The reader may consider that Use Your Strong and Authoritative Voice

5 Bad vs. Badly Badly is an adverb used to describe how something is done. Bad is an adjective that refers to health or feelings. Bad is also used to complete linking verbs, such as seem, look, taste, and smell. Fill in the blanks with bad or badly: 1. I feel ______ that Harriet wasn’t invited. 2. Rudolph dances ____, but at least he tried hard. 3. The soup tasted ____ on the first day and even worse on the second. 4. You look really _____. When was the last time you slept? 5. Ms. Kramer spells _____, so it’s lucky she has a smart secretary. 6. Roger wanted to see Gisele so _____ that he postponed his flight.

6 Warm Up # 36 February 3rd-A Day 6th- B Day
this year I have began to really think of my options in depth and take in account what I would be gaining or losing if I did or didnt do something Warm Up # 36 February 3rd-A Day 6th- B Day

7 Eliminate wordiness and weak, filler words
this year I have began (un) to really think of my options in depth and take in account what I would be gaining or losing if I did or didn’t do something. Eliminate wordiness and weak, filler words

8 This year I have begun to think of my options
This year I have begun to think of my options. Or: This year I have begun to think of my college options. Revised

9 Warm Up # 37 February 7th-A Day 8th B Day
costa rica, one of the few countries in the world that doesn’t have no army, educates it’s population good the central american country has a 93 percent literacy rate Warm Up # 37 February 7th-A Day 8th B Day

10 Costa Rica--one of the few countries in the world that doesn’t have an army--educates its population well; the Central American country has a ninety-three percent literacy rate. Revised

11 Warm Up # 38 February 9th B or 10th A
2/3 of all adult Americans wears corrective lenses. Because of nearsightedness if they have farsightedness or an astigmatism. Warm Up # 38 February 9th B or 10th A

12 Two-thirds of all adult Americans wear corrective lenses because of nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. Better

13 Warm Up # 39 Perhaps the more finicky eater in the world is the beloved koala bear of Australia, whom won’t eat nothing accept eucalyptus leafs. February 13th A Day or February 14th B Day

14 The beloved Australian koala bear--who won’t eat anything except eucalyptus leaves--is perhaps the most finicky eater in the world. Better

15 Warm Up #40 February 15th A Day 16th B Day
Would you borrow me your notes from that Social Studies lecture on the bill of rights, which I should of listened to more careful? Warm Up #40 February 15th A Day 16th B Day

16 Would you lend me your notes from that social studies lecture on the Bill of Rights, which I should have listened to more carefully. Revised

17 Warm Up #41 February 17th/21st
in the dead sea located between israel and Jordan a human body cannot remain submerged for long because it is 25 % salt Warm Up #41 February 17th/21st

18 In the Dead Sea, located between Israel and Jordan, a human body cannot remain submerged for long because the Dead Sea is twenty-five percent salt. Corrected

19 Warm Up #42 February 22nd/23rd
walking to a table in the fords fish shack the large lime green hat she was wearing made the woman stand out Warm Up #42 February 22nd/23rd

20 Walking to a table in Ford’s Fish Shack, the woman wearing the large lime-green hat stood out.
(was hard to miss.)--better Corrected

21 Upon entering the doctor's office, a skeleton caught my attention.
I was late for the school bus again. Running for the bus, my book fell in the mud. (Was the book running for the school bus? It's the only nearby noun beside mud.) Deciding to join the navy, the recruiter enthusiastically pumped Joe's hand. (Was the recruiter deciding to join the navy? The only other option is Joe's hand.) Upon entering the doctor's office, a skeleton caught my attention. (Was the skeleton entering the doctor's office? The only other option is my attention.)

22 Warm Up #43 February 24th/27th
i like the coat that sarah bought at kohls department store with the reversible lining Warm Up #43 February 24th/27th

23 I like the coat with the reversible lining that Sarah bought at Kohl's Department Store.
Corrected

24 Warm Up #44 February 28th/29th
Out of those two girls i think that judy is the most reliable remarked adam as he set down Warm Up #44 February 28th/29th

25 "Of those two girls, I think that Judy is the more reliable," remarked Adam as he sat down.
Corrected

26 (notice anything about the longer words …???)
Comparative (comparing)---more (than the other) Superlative (assessing as to the best)---most (of all) Big bigger biggest Jolly jollier jolliest Sweet sweeter sweetest Expensive more expensive most expensive Delicious more delicious most delicious (notice anything about the longer words …???)

27 there were 64 students who obtained permission to see the movie macbeth at wolve trap theatre
Warm Up #44 March 1/2

28 Sixty-four students obtained permission to see the movie Macbeth at Wolf Trapp Theater.
Corrected

29 2 cars collided at the corner of route seven and claiborne parkway there drivers become involved in a arguement Warm Up#45 March 5/6

30 Two cars collided at the corner of Route 7 and Claiborne Parkway; their drivers became involved in an argument. Revised

31 an editorial in the christian science monitor criticizing senator’s bensons position on tax return
Warm Up # 46 March 7/8

32 An editorial in the Christian Science Monitor criticized Sen
An editorial in the Christian Science Monitor criticized Sen. Benson's position on tax return. Corrected

33 she has wrote a novel entitled mysterious manor and sold a painting named remembrances

34 Corrected: She has written a novel entitled Mysterious Manor and sold a painting named Remembrances.

35 i and my brother have chose to do the following start shopping for gifts mail our cards early and plan to parties

36 Corrected: My brother and I have chosen to do the following: start shopping for gifts, mailing our cards early, and planning two parties.

37 they want to lay on the floor and watch in the middle this program will be on television at nine p.m. in the evening

38 Corrected: They want to lie on the floor and watch In the Middle on television at 9:00P.M.

39 we went to sues house which is located on forty sixth avenue for the april first party

40 Corrected: We went to Sue's house on Forty-sixth Avenue for the April 1st party.

41 although this list is different than yours we wont have no problem checking off them names

42 Corrected: Although this list is different from yours, we won't have a problem checking off those names.

43 although this list is different than yours we wont have no problem checking off them names

44 Corrected: Although this list is different from yours, we won't have a problem checking off those names.

45 crossing East on andrews blvd a late model buick almost hit will and leah

46 Crossing east on Andrews Blvd
Crossing east on Andrews Blvd., a late-model Ford almost hit Will and Leah. Corrected:

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